A new manufacturing facility in Hawarden, North Wales, has been given an auspicious opening.
BQ Live reports that electrical engineering company LCA Group had the pleasure of Economy Secretary Ken Skates opening the new ‘Gibson House’ at Hawarden Industrial Park, named after the famous Dambusters and Lancaster Bombers built close to the site during World War Two.
The move allows the two existing LCA Group facilities at neighbouring Ewloe and Runcorn to be consolidated into one plant, allowing the company to expand its international service operation.
At the opening event, Skates praised LCA’s work and the skills of its employees. The launch included the chance for guests to look round the company’s new 3D laser machining centre.
The company is set to install the UK’s first Rittal 3D design and manufacturing technology centre, which will allow the company to boost production of its stainless steel control panels.
“This really is a state of the art facility and a magnificent place,” Skates was quoted as saying. “They have cutting edge technology and highly skilled, well paid people and Gibson House is something we can all really be proud of.” The Daily Post recently reported that North Wales has been appointed a new chief regional officer to deliver more economic growth to the region.
Gwenllian Roberts has been handed the role of bringing partners together to help develop the economy and provide leadership that will boost innovation and revenue creation.
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